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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STRUTT, John (1727-1816), of Terling Place, Essex

    (1727-1816), of Terling Place, Essex Constituency Dates Maldon 1774 1790 Biography John Strutt, the son of a successful miller, was in 1746 apprenticed to his uncle, another John Strutt, at Maldon; ‘but it is doubtful whether he did much milling

    STRUTT, Joseph Holden (1758-1845), of Terling Place, Witham, Essex

    (1758-1845), of Terling Place, Witham, Essex Constituency Dates Maldon 1790 1826 Okehampton 1826 1830 Ofifces Held Lt.-col. western batt., Essex militia 1783-96; col. S. Essex militia 1798, 1803-5, 1809, W. Essex militia 1823-31; brevet col. during service 1798. Biography Strutt,

    STRUTT, Joseph Holden (1758-1845), of Terling Place, Witham, Essex.

    (1758-1845), of Terling Place, Witham, Essex. Constituency Dates Maldon 1790 301826 Okehampton 1826 301830 Ofifces Held Lt.-col. western batt., Essex militia 1783-96; col. S. Essex militia 1798, 1803-5, 1809, W. Essex militia 1823-31; brevet col. during service 1798. Biography The

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    New Gallery, four of them portraits, including a small full-length of Lord Rayleigh at work in his Laboratory at Terling Place, and one of Mr. G. F. Watts, B.A. (who also, by the way, will be well represented at the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    kindly and loyal sentiment showr by toe gift . Mr. Baifour, who has been spending a few days a4 Terling Place, Essex:, with Lord and Lad. Ra-lel.a, has gone abroad for a short time before goct ' Whittingehame, his seat Subscribers-only content

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    Knightbridge Professor of Moral Philosophy at Cambridge, *hich occurred on the 28th inst. at Terling Place, WAniTthiam. the 'house of his brother- ! in-law, Lord Rayleigh. The progress of the disease .s of which he died had prepared his friends Subscribers-only content

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    and is confined to his bed. Lord Rayleigh is suffering from influenza with other mambers of his household at Terling Place, Essex. Twenty cases are reported at Witham, close by. Influenza has broken out in Liverpool, and the allegation is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a duel which he fought oa Sunday with .4. Menier. Mir. Balfo'sr went on Saturaey on a visit to Terling Place, in Essex, the seat of his brother-in-law, Lord Rayleigh. Seven member, of a familv named Hayem commit- ted suicide Subscribers-only content

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